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From Matthias Seidel <matthias.sei...@hamburg.de>
Subject Re: FOSDEM 2019 Booth Request for OpenOffice
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2018 20:21:07 GMT
Hi Peter,

Am 17.10.18 um 07:36 schrieb Peter Kovacs:
> Hello all,
>
> I do not find my last approach. So Lets start a new run.
>
> I rewrote the argumentation to maybe now better Ideas. Please help to
> finish this.
>
> So the draft looks currently like this:

After 6 days I think we can assume lazy consensus on this...

Regards,

   Matthias

>
>
>   Project Name
>
> Apache OpenOffice
>
>
>   Description of project(s) for publication:
>
> Apache OpenOffice™ is the free and open productivity suite from the
> Apache Software Foundation <https://www.apache.org/>.
>
> Apache OpenOffice <https://www.openoffice.org/> features six personal
> productivity applications: a word processor (and its web-authoring
> component), spreadsheet, presentation graphics, drawing, equation
> editor, and database. OpenOffice is released on Windows, Linux and
> macOS, with more communities joining, including ports for FreeBSD and
> OS/2. OpenOffice is localized, supporting over 110 languages worldwide.
>
> OpenOffice.org was donated
> <http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/statements-on-openofficeorg-contribution-to-apache-nasdaq-orcl-1521400.htm>
> to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) on June 1, 2011. As with any
> code base brought to the ASF, OpenOffice.org underwent incubation before
> graduating
> <https://blogs.apache.org/OOo/entry/openoffice_graduates_from_the_apache>
> to a top-level project on 2012-10-17.
>
>
>   Why does it fit FOSDEM?
>
> The Apache OpenOffice™ Project is one of view Projects that have fame
> beyond the OpenSource movement. With an average download over 1.9
> million copies per month and a peak download after release of
> 3.244.447.We are a popular project in user space.
>
> We would like to show of the latest progress of our Software, by show
> the latest stable and unstable versions. We would like to have some
> Discussions with visitors about the Future of OpenOffice, how it could
> evolve.
>
> We were not as present on FOSDEM in the Last years, sharing our Booth
> with the Apache Foundation. We would like to stand out this year again
> in order to start some discussions.
>
> We require one table for our representation of the Project.
>
>


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